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Peace Council Holds Emergency Meeting Over Prof. Martey Claims

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The Peace Council held an emergency meeting yesterday to resolve claims by outgoing moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Rev. Professor Emmanuel Martey that the deputy Interior Minister tried to lobby him to be Chairman of the council. The outspoken Presby boss revealed last week that although the Christian …

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U.S Bishops Send Message To Struggling Families

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The Church stands with struggling families amidst poverty, unemployment, and opioid abuse in America, said Archbishop Thomas Wenski of Miami in a Labor Day message from the U.S. bishops. “These challenging times can pull us toward despair and all the many dangers that come with it,” he said. “Into this …

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Mother Teresa Has Officially Been Declared A Saint!

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Pope Francis on Sunday officially declared Mother Teresa of Calcutta a saint of the Catholic Church in front of thousands of pilgrims in St. Peter’s Square – a move the entire world has been waiting for. “For the honor of the Blessed Trinity, the exaltation of the Catholic faith and …

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Officials Announce Date For Release Of BECE Results

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Results of the candidates who sat for the 2016 Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) will be released from September 12, officials have announced. A total of 461,013 candidates from 14,267 public and private junior high schools wrote the exams that was conducted by the West African Examination Council [WAEC] between …

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Abortion Linked To Mental Health Problems Down The Road

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Abortion during the late teen and early adult years raises a woman’s risk of mental health problems and may be linked to almost one in ten cases of these women’s mental disorders, a new study says. “Evidence from the United States confirms previous findings from Norway and New Zealand that, …

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Pope Francis’ Speech About Love And Compassion

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Mercy is not an abstract idea, but is rather expressed in concrete actions of love toward the poor and needy, who in their daily lives walk the same path of Calvary that Jesus did, Pope Francis has said. “Love is the highest expression of life; it allows us to exist!” …

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Have The Courage To Ask For Forgiveness, Pope Francis Says

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On Wednesday Pope Francis stressed the importance of having the courage to recognize our sins and ask God for forgiveness, moving forward rather than getting stuck in feelings of shame and rejection. “How many times do we feel rejected internally because of our sins!” the Pope said Aug. 31, noting …

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